i went down to the middle school today for relay for life and i saw my old social studies teacher i had a crush on (don’t talk to me) and he was like “hey how are you i haven’t seen you in ages?” and the first thing i blurted out was “I JUST TURNED 18” and jesus christ if that’s not the thirstiest thing i’ve said in my whole life
On each performance of Catch Me If You Can:
I think about having a good time and then I’m kind of shot out of a cannon at the start of the show. And I kind of, yeah… just don’t stop until it’s over.
game of thrones fancast: oded fehr as oberyn martell, the red viper of dorne
“I will hear you say her name, Ser, or I will chase you through all seven hells.”
the worst feeling about trying to draw is being a mediocre artist. You realize you’re not terrible and family and friends who can’t draw at all tell you all the time how amazing you are, but you, as the artist, have seen what amazing really is and you realize that it isn’t you.
oh my fuck god
This could apply to anything really. As an aspiring actor, there are so many people who tell me I’m amazing and they can’t wait to see my career progress because I’m going to go somewhere. I almost always disagree with them, and then they tell me I am being too hard on myself. But in actuality, they just don’t understand how hard it is to get anywhere in the business, and how hard it is to be an exceptional actor. I know that I have some talent, but looking at actors like Daniel Day Lewis and Meryl Streep, it’s intimidating, because I know I will never be at that level. I don’t really know where I am going with this, but it is just interesting to see other people feel the same.